Hmm it *should* work as you were doing it. (Working just fine for me, non
admin using "cd \users\username\documents")
Are you able to open it in a command prompt via explorer? That is, find
your documents folder, shift-rightclick and hit "Open Command Window Here"?
Don't try and use "My Documents" too, that's a new feature called a Junction
for compatibility with pre-Vista apps that are looking for specific
locations. A good writeup of it is at
"rshol" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>I am running the final release version of Vista as a regular user (not
> admin). In Explorer I see a folder with the path c:\Users\Me\Documents
> I have stored all of my documents. However, when I open a command prompt
> cd c:\Users\Me\Documents the folder cannot be found. What gives?
> In C:\Users\Me dir /A:H produces the following line:
> 02/18/2007 06:41 PM My Documents [C:\Users\Me\Documents]